Seven Fundamental Skills That Must be Fixed to Make the Triple Option Go

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New high school Triple Option coaches are often worried about plays. 

They want answers to every possible situation that a defense can do.

When Dr. Cella put the If-Then sheet on the Internet in 2008, this created a methodology that coaches continually expanded.

At one of Dr. Cella’s Triple Option Football Academy Camps this summer, one of his clients handed him an if-then sheet that had over 25 possibilities.

Perhaps, they could start fixing the fundamentals of the Triple Option so that no matter what the defense does, the defense cannot stop the Triple Option Offense.

Here are the fundamentals that require fixing:

Receiver Blocking the Near Deep Defender (Triple Option Football Academy). Receiver Blocking the Near Deep Defender (Triple Option Football Academy).

The Playside A-Back arcs to #3 and blocks whoever shows in the alley. This can be either the safety or the corner in a 4-across look. Here, it's the safety. The Playside A-Back arcs to #3 and blocks whoever shows in the alley. This can be either the safety or the corner in a 4-across look. Here, it’s the safety.

Veer Release Level Drill for Triple Option Offensive Linemen. Veer Release Level Drill for Triple Option…

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